moe. Live at The Bayou on 1996-11-21
The Bayou - Washington DC
Source: SBD > DAT
Transfer: D8 > Behringer UCA202 > Audacity > WAV > FLAC
Transferred by Bill Graves
1. Threw it All Away
3. St. Augustine
4. Defrost Kelly >
6. Jimmy Jazz
7. Bring You Down
8. 32 Things
2. She Sends Me
3. Time Again
5. Timmy Tucker
6. Seat of My Pants
- Vinny Amico's first show.
- There is an approximately 30 second drop out in Timmy Tucker.
- This show is one of about 200 tapes that were received as part of a DAT liquidation.
- There's no source info on the tape.
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|Threw it All Away|
|Defrost Kelly >|
|She Sends Me|
- 2012-02-05 14:39:45
- D8 > Behringer UCA202 > Audacity > WAV > FLAC
- Washington DC
- SBD > DAT
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Bill Graves
- The Bayou
As for the show, I remember going down to the Bayou (RIP) with my sister the check out this quirky new band we were getting into. At this point we only knew the No Doy album, which had just been released. I remember being pleased to hear some of that album live as well as songs I never knew (or would soon come to know after walking out the door with a copy of Headseed).
I remember the place not being crowded at all. Yolk opened the show, featuring moe's former drummer (and current multi-instrumentalist) Jim Laughlin, and that it was the very first show for Vinny Amico....he did an amazing job.
I am absolutely thrilled to finally be able to hear this show. As a bonus, at the time we were parked in a garage that closed before this show was over so we had to duck out and miss the end of the show, which included our longtime favorite, Seat Of My Pants. It's nice to be able to complete this picture.
We left so impressed with these guys that we made it a point, for years, to see them anytime they were within 100 miles of home (which, back then, meant seeing them over a dozen times a year), and my bootleg tape collection quickly grew into something fierce. We still see them every now and then, whenever our lives aren't getting in the way, and we always have a great time, but nothing compared to the thrill of those early Bayou shows.
So anyway, I'm writing this without yet even hearing the recording, and I know that I am quite biased here, but I can't see not giving this anything less than the highest rating. This is worth checking out if you were there or not. Early moe. is fun and this show was no exception.
A million thanks to the poster for finally allowing this recording to see the light.
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